14 September 2012
Rehm Thermal Systems today announced it will showcase its VOC Counter Flow Reactor (CFR) at the 27th European Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference and Exhibition (hall 3.0, booth B20).
The CFR is a high-efficiency exhaust after treatment system designed for processes where the exhaust gas is loaded with high solvent (VOC) concentrations.
The Rehm CFR delivers VOC destruction rates as great as 99.9%. Exhaust gas is heated to approximately 750 °C, and at this temperature the long molecular chains of the VOC’s are broken down to mainly CO2 and water vapor.
The system employs an integrated heat recovery system so that both highly efficient emission control and at the same time very low overall energy consumption can be achieved. This gives lowest cost of ownership as well as compliance with the increasingly strict emission limits in legal environmental regulations.
Also on display will be Rehm’s RFS Fast Firing system, which measures in at a typical 17KWh, and the RDS Drying system a meager 7KWh. In addition, external cover temperatures are maintained at <35 ° C.